Jannick Boerlum Photography

Light from the windows in the studio (iphone camera)

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on January 19, 2011

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STVALENTINSHOP.COM

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on January 9, 2011

The Aarhus based clothing store S.T. Valentin has now expanded with a webshop.

I’ve been so lucky to make a deal with the two guys Steffen Hedegaard and Nikolaj Valentin, to make a photo to show the outfit of the month. So far it have worked out really well.

You should go tjeck it out and maybe find a good offer on sale. Just CLICK on the photo

Tea Paper Magazine

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on July 16, 2010

I shot a photo series in collaboration with my friend Emil Monty Freddie.

It’s called “We count the days” and can hopefully be seen in Tea Paper Magazine in the beginning of september.

“Photos from Tea Papers website – not be me”

Teko Video by Morten Bo Johansson

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on July 5, 2010

Morten Bo Johansson made this great video Behind the scene of the Teko Show at Aros in århus.

Click on one of the pictures to see the video

SpejderRobot – Manden med de usynlige hænder

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on June 20, 2010

I LIKE

Wrangler EU

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on June 3, 2010

A Friend linked this on his facebook, and I tjecked it out. This is one of the coolest ways to show of a clothing collection I have ever seen.

Click on one of the photo’s and go tjeck for yourself, and be a puppetmaster for a Day

Photo’s NOT by me

“BE STUPID” Party at Diesel store Århus

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on May 30, 2010

SPOT festival

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on May 25, 2010

Duplu/Lego tats

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on May 23, 2010

2 Left

Posted in Things That I Like by jannickboerlum on May 17, 2010

At S.T Valentin shop in Aarhus you can find the last two T-shirts from Ida Böttger’s first collection.

Så go visit Grønnegade in Aahus before it’s to late